I am the custodial parent of my six month old child. Today, September 26th, 2009, I received a text message from the child's father which stated, "We have a court date on November 9th but effective immediately I have temporary visitation on Sundays 12-6 Wednesdays 5:30-8:30." He stated that he has paperwork and I should have something in my mailbox. When I got home there was a notice from the Post Office that I had certified mail which I am not able to retreive until 8:00 am Monday morning. If I am not home tomorrow, which is when visitation is due to begin, because I had prior engagements, would I be in contempt of court or would there be any other legal action that could be taken against me? Thank you for the advice!
Answered on: 9/27/09, 12:29 pm by Dan Guinn
You need to have notice before you can be held in contempt of court. If you have not received any official notice about this then I would not give the child's father visitation. He needs to produce proof that he is actually entitled to visitation.
Why is he seeking additional visitation time? He has to have a good reason in order to do this.
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